FIFA 18 Ultimate Team of the Week: Salah and Icardi lead the way with four-goal hauls

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The two strikers both netted four times as Liverpool and Inter each won 5-0 at the weekend, while Toni Kroos also made the starting XI

Mohamed Salah and Mauro Icardi head up the FIFA 18 Team of the Week after a weekend of incredible goalscoring exploits.

Salah scored four times against Watford as Liverpool ran riot at Anfield, winning 5-0, while Icardi also netted four times in Inter's 5-0 victory over Sampdoria.

Toni Kroos is the highest-rated player in this week's team, earning a 92 rating after laying on two assists during Real Madrid's 6-3 thumping of Girona.

Raul Albiol earns an 85 rating after his late goal earned Napoli a vital 1-0 win over Genoa, and he is joined in defence by Crystal Palace's James Tomkins, after scoring in his side's 2-0 victory over Huddersfield Town.


STARTING XI


FIFA TOTW 27

GK - Muslera - Galatasaray - 82>84
CB - Raul Albiol - Napoli - 83>85
RB - Jorge Mere - FC Koln - 78>82
CB - Tomkins - Crystal Palace - 76>81
CM - Kroos - Real Madrid - 90>92
CAM - Keita - Red Bull Salzburg - 83>85
RM - Gelson Martins - Sporting - 81>84
ST - Icardi - Inter - 86>89
RW - Salah - Liverpool - 85>91
CF - Ilcic - Atalanta - 80>85
ST - Martinez - Atlanta United - 78>84


BENCH


GK - Belenov - FC Ufa - 76>81
LB - Jefferson - Braga - 75>81
CM - Ziyech - Ajax - 81>84
CM - Aouar - Lyon - 75>81
RW - Belfodil - Werder Bremen - 75>81
ST - De Tomas - Rayo Vallecano - 72>82
ST - Tosun - Everton - 80>83


RESERVES


LB - Kelly - Bristol City - 57>67
ST - Berisha - Melbourne Victory - 74>80
ST - Hinterseer - VFL Bochum - 73>79
ST - Kvlitaia - SK Rapid Wien - 70>78
LM - Kadrii - Randers FC - 66>76

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